This roundup is focused on different ways to use nursing avocado on your skin. I am sure at some point we have all had smashed avocado on toast? well, how about smashing that avocado onto your body. Avocados are high in fats and contain vitamins E and C, which are important for healthy skin. Avocados are rich in Biotin, a B vitamin that contributes to healthy skin strong nails, and thick, luscious hair, you will commonly see avocado oils being used in hair products. We have included a few hair recipes below for you to give yourself a hair treatment. Avocado helps to improve scalp conditions and provides a healthy environment for hair to grow, so make sure you rub it down deep onto your scalp.
So what about your skin? Avocado oil
is super rich in folates which stimulate collagen production in the skin, leading to a much-improved appearance and elasticity. Just adding rich moisture will improve the appearance of your skin and help with oily breakouts. Avocado oil can be used directly out fo the bottle as a cleanser and moisturizer, but I love these recipes below for some extra zing to my face masks.
Looking to treat yourself? check out these inexpensive face mask bowls
and brushes, perfect for DIY facemasks and DIY day spa vibes.
For any easy soap recipe check out this avocado melt and pour soap base that contains avocado oil and cucumber, so all you have to do it pour it into molds or add a few extra ingredients, such as scent or some color.
These recipes all use Avocado oil,
an oil easy to obtain, and not only can you use it in your DIY body and facial recipes, but you can use this oil in your cooking too.